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It’s time to end the stigma surrounding mental health in the LGBTQ community and acknowledge the millions who struggle with intolerance and suffer in silence. We can find hope and healing in mental health treatment while breaking down the behaviors that contribute to mental health conditions.
As a society, it’s apparent that we are experiencing the physical, emotional and mental repercussions of sustained stress. Multitasking has become the pace, yet the impact of stress and elevated cortisol on one’s health are undeniable, leading to anxiety, depression, gastrointestinal disorders, insomnia, anger and decreased work productivity.Incorporating breaks into the day is scientifically proven to create a more…
For more than half a century the United States has marked May as Mental Health Month. But only in recent years have professional athletes felt comfortable sharing with the public their own mental health challenges.Dr. Christopher Bojrab, a psychiatrist who serves on the Indiana Medical Society’s board of directors, is among those who work to help everyone understand that…